> At 12:50 26-6-2001 +0200, Toralf Lund wrote:
> > > >We're currently using XFS on a 180Gb RAID volume, by the way, and
> > > >everything looks
> > > >good so far.
> > >
> > > It does work, and extremely well in my own case. But that does not mean it
> > > will automatically get inserted in the mainstream kernel.
> > > We are working on it, but it will take some time to resolve all the items
> > > that linus asks for in a patch.
> >Will you there be a new release any time soon? I'm currently using a patched
> >version due to certain NFS client issues. Also, would it be possible to
> >make it
> >work properly along with devfs from Red Hat?
> 1.0.1 releas (2.4.5 based) is just around the corner. There is not a
> specific release date for it yet. But "soon" is the best I can give.
> The devfs issue is something I can not comment upon. I don't use devfs on
> any of my machines. The default for 1.0.1 is to not mount it at bootup.
So what you are saying is that this has been changed since 1.0? I seem to
remember that this wouldn't boot at all when I first installed it, and that
installing devfs via "rescue mode" resolved the problems.